Markkula Center of Applied Ethics

Submitted Works

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Manuel Velasquez
R. Edward Freeman
Mary Gentile
David Friedman
Kirk O. Hanson

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Has business ethics teaching and research had any discernible impact on business practice in the US and around the world?

 

 


 

William K. Black
Visiting Scholar
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Santa Clara University

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How Trust is Abused in Free Markets: Enron's "Crooked 'E'"

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A Tale of Two Crises

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The Moral Quandaries of a Government Whistleblower

 

 

Andrew Chen
Student, Santa Clara University

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The Ethics of Nanotechnology

   

   
Chris Cirone
Student, Santa Clara University
Hackworth Fellow, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Arrow Cases in Medical Ethics: Student-Led Discussions
   

   

Carol Delaney, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Cultural and Social Anthropology, Stanford University

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Was Abraham Ethical?
Should We Admire His Willingness to Sacrifice His Son?

   

   
Ariel Dillon
Undergraduate, Santa Clara University
Arrow Education in Plato's Republic
   

   
Hank Greely
Professor of Law,
Professor of Genetics,
Stanford University
Arrow Neuroethics: The Neuroscience Revolution, Ethics, and the Law
   

Kirk O. Hanson
Executive Director, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Arrow Social Evaluation: The Body Shop International 1995 (pdf)
   

 

 

Tim Healy
Scholar,
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Professor,
School of Engineering
Santa Clara University

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The Unanticipated Consequences of Technology

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Teaching Ethics and Teaching Engineering-Some Parallels

   
   

   
Nathan E. Hurst
Business and Organizational Ethics Partnership,
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Arrow Corporate Ethics, Governance and Social Responsibility: Comparing European Business Practices to those in the United States (pdf)

   

Diane Jonte-Pace
Professor of Religious Studies, Associate Vice Provost, Santa Clara University

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Freud, Einstein, and Upaya: Contemporary Reflections on the Question "Why War?"

   
   

   

Georg Kell
Coordinator of the United Nations Global Compact

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Do Corporations Threaten Globalization?

   
   

   

Margaret R. McLean, Ph.D.
Director, Health Care Ethics
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Director, Applied Ethics Center
at O'Connor Hospital
Professor, Santa Clara University
Christian Ethics

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'A' Is for Autonomy

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'B' Is for Beneficence (and Baseball)

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"Are You Lost or Something?"

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Memories

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Cloning: Just Because We Can, Should We?

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A Framework for Thinking Ethically About Human Biotechnology

   
   
   
   

 

 

E. Haavi Morreim
Professor, Human Values and Ethics
College of Medicine, University of Tennessee

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Prescribing Under the Influence

   

 

 

Sonia Mungal
Undergraduate, Santa Clara University
Arrow When Social Capital doesn't Impact Political Participation: A Case Study in Social Capital Theory in El Salvador
   

   
Judy Nadler
Senior Fellow in Government Ethics,
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics,
Santa Clara University
Arrow Unavoidable Ethical Dilemmas of Newly-Elected Local Officials
   
   

   

Susan Moller Okin
Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society,
Professor, Political Science
Stanford University

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When Cultural Values Clash with Universal Rights: Is Multiculturalism Bad for Women?

   

   
James O'Toole
research professor, Center for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California
Mortimer J. Adler Professor, Aspen Institute
Arrow Advice from Aristotle in Business Ethics
   

 

 

David Perry
Former Director of Ethics Programs
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Santa Clara University

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'Repugnant Philosophy': Ethics, Espionage, and Covert Action

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The Global Distribution of AIDS Pharmaceuticals

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Killing in the Name of God: The Problem of Holy War

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Ethics in Public Service

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Ethics and Personhood: Some Issues in Contemporary Neurological Science and Technology

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Should Violent Felons Recieve Organ Transplants?

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Ethics and War in Comparative Religious Perspective

   
   

 

 

Lilanthi Ravishankar
Researcher for the Business and Organizational Ethics Partnership

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Encouraging Internal Whistleblowing in Organizations

 

 


   
Jennifer Re
Student, Santa Clara University
Arrow Salvadoran Migration: The Business of Crossing the Border
   

 

 

Daniel Reyes
Student, Santa Clara University

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The Ethics of Chemical and Biological Weaponry

   

 

 

Deborah Rhode
Ernest W. McFarland Professor of Law,
Stanford University

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Expanding the Role of Ethics in Legal Education and the Legal Profession

Arrow Equal Justice Under Law
   

   
Ellen Ritchie
Student, Santa Clara University
Hackworth Fellow, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Arrow Action on Behalf of Justice: Student Activism and the Promotion of Justice at Santa Clara University
   

 

 

Peter H. Schuck
E. Baldwin Professor of Law, Yale University
Arrow Diversity and Candor: How Should We Talk About Our Differences
   

   

Miriam Schulman
Diector, Publications
Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
Santa Clara University

Arrow Unavoidable Ethical Questions about Databases and Data Mining
Arrow Unavoidable Ethical Questions About Search Engines

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The New Green Revolution, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes?

Arrow Of SNPS, TRIPS, and Human Dignity: Ethics and Gene Patenting
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Fiction and the Ethics of Writing

   

 

 

William C. Spohn, Ph.D.
Professor
Religious Studies Department
Santa Clara University
Philosophy, Christian Ethics, Theological Ethics

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Chapter One: Jonathan Edwards and Sovereign Beauty

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Knowledge of Self and Knowledge of God: A Reconstructed Empiricist Interpretation

   

 

 

Robin K. Sterns, Ph.D.
Former Managing Editor
University Communications Office
Santa Clara University

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Double or Nothing

   
   
   

 

 

   

Charlotte Vallaeys
Senior, SCU
Winner of 2002 Markkula Prize

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Awareness is Not Enough: Gender in the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Africa

   

 

 

   
Heidi Williams
Undergraduate, SCU
Arrow Allocating a Future: Ethics and Organ Transplantation